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Patient Retention: Simple Ways to Gain and Maintain New Clients

While many clinicians consider patient acquisitions the primary source of growth, keeping the ones you already have is equally important. Today, patients think more like consumers and have plenty more options when shopping around for a new care provider. Therefore, providers must think like patients and ask themselves: “what type of experience would I like while receiving care?”

Is Your IDT Ready for PDPM?

Is Your IDT Ready for PDPM?

This blog will walk you through the higher points of building that IDT, but please downloa This blog will...

This blog will walk you through the higher points of building that IDT, but please download the white paper for a deeper dive and even more information on PDPM.

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Moneyball for LTC – Part 2 –  Tracking Performance

Moneyball for LTC – Part 2 – Tracking Performance

This part of the blog series dives into how examining ideal prospects can affect your sust This part of...

This part of the blog series dives into how examining ideal prospects can affect your sustainability into the true resident stay and data to examine to ensure they’re getting the best of care and that your business is running in an efficient manner.

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Building Your Interoperability Engine

Building Your Interoperability Engine

Every interoperability engine needs a quality way to share, interpret, and exchange data w Every interoperability engine...

Every interoperability engine needs a quality way to share, interpret, and exchange data within the acute, post-acute, and long-term care arenas.

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Moneyball for LTC – Part 1 – Prospecting

Moneyball for LTC – Part 1 – Prospecting

One of the biggest challenges people face on the use of data is where to start. With today One of the...

One of the biggest challenges people face on the use of data is where to start. With today’s technology, we can measure virtually anything and everything.

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